Risky Business Part III: How to Minimize Economic Risks

Editor’s Note: This article is the third of a three-part series. For more information on minimizing real-estate risks, check out Risky Business Part I: How to Minimize Tenant-Related Risks and  Risky Business Part II: How to Minimize Property Risks. Every sensible real estate investor worries about economic risks. Anyone can stumble into a good market at […]

Risky Business Part II: How to Minimize Property Risks

Editor’s Note: This article is the second of a three-part series. For more information on minimizing real-estate risks, check out Risky Business Part I: How to Minimize Tenant-Related Risks and Risky Business Part III: How to Minimize Economic Risks. The saying, “The bigger the risks, the bigger the rewards,” certainly applies to real estate investments. The […]

Risky Business Part I: How to Minimize Tenant-Related Risks

Editor’s Note: This article is the first of a three-part series. For more information on minimizing real-estate risks, check out Risky Business Part II: How to Minimize Property Risks and Risky Business Part III: How to Minimize Economic Risks. All investments come with risk, and real estate is no exception, especially when it comes to tenants. […]

IKEA Turns You Into A Real Estate Investing Genius?!

You Can Learn Everywhere, Even Shopping at IKEA! Studying how successful people and companies work is a key to your success. We usually refer to this as finding a mentor, getting a coach, or shadowing success in real estate circles. Podcasts and reading blogs here on BP is a great start for that, but there are obvious lessons in […]

“When Did You Decide to Buy Someone Else A House?”

When I was in my mid 20’s I was looking at purchasing a really old (1930’s) two story Victorian in rough shape for like $15,000 (a strategy I would never recommend).  The tenant was paying like $600 per month, and she declared with great pride that, “I have lived in this home for 29 years […]

Could the Real Estate Boom Bust?

Between 2008 and 2012 many of our clients bought homes well below the previous market highs. In fact homes were selling for what building lots were selling for previously. It wasn’t uncommon to buy 2005 homes for $45,000 that had sold for $160,000 previously. The cash on cash returns for many of our clients rested […]

Dropped Concrete, Uneven Sidewalks, Stair Problems? This May Fix It!

This is MUST SEE VIDEO.  IT MAY SAVE YOU A LOT OF MONEY ON YOUR NEXT REHAB!   A lot of times as the earth moves and shifts underneath concrete that was poured 10, 20 or even 30 years ago we shy away from investment properties that might be outstanding deals.  Thinking that these repairs […]

If It’s Called The Number One Rule, Location Might Be Important!

I’ve got about two sentences to grab your attention, because this is the most over used phrase in real estate! Location, Location, Location….sounds familiar doesn’t it? As the last three to four years has developed a feeding frenzy in real estate, people often forget some of the most important considerations when buying high return real […]

Have You Made 48% on your 401k in 3 Years? Try High ROI Real Estate!

We just closed a property that a client bought three years ago for $44,500, after putting $14,000 or so in rehab and mainatenance when tenants moved out and netting $500 per month in monthly cash flow, they will have made $18,000 in three years from rents (excluding vacancy). The property just sold for $68,500, which […]

The Right Agent In Your Line-Up Means More Investment Home Runs!

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